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BALAM AJPU Public Concert
Renowned Mayan Hip Hop Group BALAM AJPU will be performing a public concert on Sunday, March 19th. The group combines Mayan spirituality with art to achieve a fusion between the indigenous worldview and music. “Balam Ajpu” means Jaguar Warrior and represents duality, the opposites that complement each other, masculine and feminine energy.
The concert will be held at Carpenter’s Square, 3016 Nolensville Pike, Nashville.
For more information, please visit: https://as.vanderbilt.edu/clas/balam-ajpu/
This event is hosted by the Vanderbilt Center for Latin American Studies in collaboration with the Global Education Center, Carpenter’s Square and the Casa de la Cultura Latino Americana.
This event is FREE and open to the public.
Balam Ajpu: means Jaguar Warrior and represents duality, the opposites that complement each other, masculine and feminine energy. This group is made up of M.C.H.E., Tz’utu Kan, Danilo Rodriguez and Dr. Nativo, who crossed paths at Lake Atitlán in the beginning of the Wayeb (Time of No Time, 5 days of the Mayan Calendar) in the synchronization of 12 Sak Bey (Carrier of the Year) in 2010. This project was born in the ancient Oxlajuj Baktun, and continues in the new Jun Baktun, passing between the past and the present.
3016 Nolensville Pike, Nashville, TN 37211